I've featured her home before, but I wanted to share additional pictures of her beautiful nursery and playroom.
This nursery incorporates many different shades of blue, and it works really well. The crib is perfection.
This room shows what a little paint can do for kid furniture with good lines.
The August/September issue of Adore Home is all about decor for family living. There's a ton of inspiration for nurseries, kid rooms, and family homes. Here are a few of my favorite pages:
There are so many beautiful things to look at in this room. The white walls make a perfect backdrop for lots of texture, a nicely styled bookcase, and sweet accessories.
I co-hosted a baby shower brunch over the weekend, and it was all pink pink pink. I have to admit that I might be changing my opinion on the color these days. It used to be so not me, but I'm a convert, especially when it comes to these five things:
1) This room (I love the rest of the house too):
2) This rug (to recreate the look above):
3) A skirt for mommy:
5) One of my favorite cribs, but it won't be available in this shade for long:
It's that time of the year. When the summer starts to heat up here, I start daydreaming about moving back to the California coast with its lovely, moderate summers. This home is quintessential Cali. I love it!
We are working on ideas for little man's new space. His current room will become the nursery for the new baby, and little man is moving into a previously empty bedroom. His big boy room is going to have a subtle adventure theme. I'm excited to share it with you when it's done, but for now here's a cute inspiration photo.The finished room won't look anything like this, but I love the paint job, the print, and the hanging slingshot.
I can't help it--another soccer related post. (Go USA! Beat Belgium!) This lovely room belongs to the daughter of Chicago Fire's midfielder Logan Pause. I love how the pink and gold perfectly complement that gorgeous exposed brick.
We've been watching a lot of the World Cup matches at our house. I'm excited the US made it to the Knockout Stage, even if it was by goal differential. Since Brazil is where all the action takes place, today's post comes from Sao Paulo and a cute boy's room with an awesome brick feature wall: